Everton, rallying from a recent ten-point deduction, will be hosting Manchester United in a highly anticipated Sunday evening match at Goodison Park. The atmosphere at Goodison is expected to be electric, with Everton fans expressing their frustration over what they perceive as unfair treatment by the Premier League.
Sean Dyche, known for fostering a strong team spirit under challenging circumstances, has steered Everton to a commendable performance lately. Despite the points deduction, they are only two points away from safety, thanks to the underwhelming performance of other teams in the league’s lower ranks.
Everton’s recent form has been impressive, with six wins in their last nine outings across all competitions. This makes them a formidable opponent for a Manchester United team that seems to be struggling this season.
Challenges for Manchester United
Manchester United’s current campaign is a shadow of their last season’s achievements, which included a fourth-place finish and an EFL Cup victory. They have lost five of their 12 Premier League matches so far and are facing difficulties in both domestic and European competitions.
Manager Erik Ten Hag is under increasing pressure, with the team failing to emulate their previous season’s form. Injuries have compounded their problems, with key players like Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez, and Andre Onana expected to miss the upcoming match.
With several key players out, Ten Hag faces a tough challenge against an Everton team that is likely to be buoyed by a passionate home crowd.
Sean Dyche is expected to leverage the intense atmosphere at Goodison Park to his advantage. Everton, with a relatively healthy squad, appears to be in a good position to challenge a Manchester United team beset by injuries.
In terms of betting, Everton seems a safe bet, especially in the draw no bet market. The history between these two teams suggests a high likelihood of both teams scoring, with a 2-1 victory for Everton being a plausible outcome.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who has been in good form recently, is one to watch in this match. With three goals in seven starts this season, he stands a good chance of adding to his tally in this crucial fixture.
Draw no bet Everton to win at EVENs